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Classic Rock 102 9

Classic Rock 102 9

The Valleys only original Classic Rock Station, With new music from classic artists and a showcase for local rock bands.

Mark BoneSaturday is "National Album Day," which is something that actually exists apparently. As an old school radio dude, I urge you to celebrate!


For anyone under the age of 25, "albums" are collections of songs . . . kind of like playlists . . . except the songs are all released at the same time, usually by a single artist.


Anyway, a British study has been released claiming that there's a strong link between listening to full albums and positive mental well-being.


It quotes a recent survey where 82.9% of people said listening to albums helped them relax . . . 76.4% said listening to albums can make them feel better if they're feeling down . . .


74.3% said listening to their favorite albums is a source of comfort . . . and 64.7% said they listen to their favorite albums when they feel like they need a lift.


Overall, people said that eating a favorite food was the most helpful way to boost their mood. Reading was next, followed by listening to an album, exercising, watching a movie, watching TV, gardening, and taking a nap.


(If you're a musician, you're probably rolling your eyes right now. 83% of people say they LOVE the experience of listening to whole albums???)

1 month ago

    Mark BoneLet’s do ‘em! Your 5 random facts for today...

    1. The first whales had legs and swam by wiggling their feet. Over millions of years, those legs evolved into flippers.

    2. Daniel Day-Lewis is the only actor who's won an Oscar for playing a president. He won for "Lincoln" in 2013. Six other actors have been nominated for playing the president, but they all lost.

    3. Elvis never performed outside North America. And other than a few concerts in Canada in 1957, he never performed outside the U.S.

    4. The four American cities with the biggest land area are all in Alaska: Sitka, Juneau, Wrangell, and Anchorage. Jacksonville, Florida is fifth.

    5. Ellen Burstyn got an Emmy nomination in 2006 for Best Supporting Actress in the HBO miniseries "Mrs. Harris" . . . even though she was only on screen for 14 seconds, and had two lines.

    She lost, but the Emmys still added a rule the next year that anyone who was nominated for supporting actor or actress had to be on screen at least 5% of the time.

    1 month ago

      Mark BoneYet another fantastic day here at the Bone Radio Network, broughtnto you by our beloved sponsor Canna 4 Life. If you have questions about you and Cannabis, and how they fit together, stop in there today and find out how it may fit into your world , medical properties as well. They are on 6th st in Clarkston.

      Barring any rock and roll deaths this morning that have so far gone unnoticed by Phil and myself, we have a Puretone trifecta for you at 7:20

      And the usual info for you at the newsdesk, this date in Rock history and the Rock Report

      Now, let’s crank up that Classic Rock!!!!

      1 month ago

        Mark BoneLet’s go now to start this day with your 5 Randomness Facts...

        1. Corn is a type of grass.

        2. San Bernardino County outside Los Angeles is the largest county in the country, at 20,105 square miles. That makes it bigger than nine states.

        3. The United States won the very first gold medal for basketball, at the 1936 Olympics. They beat Canada in the final game . . . 19-to-8. Obviously scoring has gone way up since then.

        4. Chris Tucker has only been in four movies this century: "Rush Hour 2" in 2001 . . ."Rush Hour 3" in 2007 . . . "Silver Linings Playbook" in 2012 . . . and a box office bomb called "Billy Lynn's Long Halftime Walk" in 2016.

        5. CeeLo Green was a backup singer on the TLC song "Waterfalls".

        1 month ago

          Mark BoneAnother fantastic day here at the Bone Radio Network, brought to you by the good folks at Canna 4 Life, Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

          We got the usual cool stuff for you today including a Puretone hearing aid sores R&R Trifecta, where we roll another triple shot of some one else in rock music that passed away yesterday. 😞 This is turning into an everyday occurrence...

          Now let’s get to this dinosaur rock that is still kicking everyone’s ass!

          1 month ago

            Mark BoneYou know it ain’t a dat till we get you your 5 Random Facts!

            1. Plastic surgery has nothing to do with the materials used. Plastic is from the Greek word "plastikos" which means "to mold" or "to form."

            2. When marshmallows were created in the early 1800s, they were flavored using the root of a plant called the marsh mallow. But it was hard to extract the sap from the root, so marshmallows haven't been made out of actual marsh mallows since the late 1800s.

            3. The only college in the country that has intramural tackle football is Notre Dame. They wear pads and helmets and everything.

            4. The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World only existed at the same time for 54 years, from 280 B.C., when the Colossus of Rhodes was completed in Greece, until 226 B.C., when it was destroyed by an earthquake.

            5. Mozart composed more than 20 pieces of music before he turned 10.

            2 months ago

              Mark BoneAnother fantastic day here at the Bone Radio Network, brought to you by Canna 4 life, on 6th in Clarkston, ya got questions? They got answers!

              We got the Rock Report, This day in Rock History and a couple of trips to the news desk, this morning as usual, as well as another great trifecta, and that is courtesy of the nice people at Puretone hearing aids, Schedule your free hearing test odd by calling them. Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

              Now let’s grab those headphones...and Rock!

              2 months ago

                Mark BoneI remember us doing a Don’t drink and drive remote from a bar for three years on a row. Does that count?

                Do you know anyone who's been caught drinking at work, or showed up from lunch a little tipsy? A recent study by DrugAbuse.com found 23% of Americans have used drugs or alcohol at work before. So roughly a QUARTER of us.


                Here's a breakdown of what kinds of drugs people are doing while they're supposed to be working . . .


                1. Alcohol. 64% of women and 70% of men who've done drugs at work said they've been buzzed or drunk in the workplace.

                2. Marijuana. 21% of women and 24% of men who've done drugs at work said they've used pot while they were on the clock.

                3. Oxycontin or Vicodin. 10% for women and 12% for men. That only includes illegal use, without a prescription. (Again, that's not 10 and 12% of the total population. Just 10 and 12% of people who admit they've done drugs at work.)

                4. Cocaine. 3% of women and 7% of men who've done drugs at work.

                5. Meth. 3% of women and 5% of men who've done drugs at work.

                6. Heroin. 1% of women, and just under 2% of men who've done drugs at work.

                2 months ago

                  Mark BoneLet’s get right into your 5 RandomFacts for this last day of September

                  1. Even if only 1% of the people on Earth think you're sexy, that means 76 million people are into you. (1% of the people on earth hate my guts, but that doesn’t make me feel any better...)


                  2. The first person to refer to the F-word as an "F-bomb" was a catcher on the New York Mets named Gary Carter. There's a quote from him in "Newsday" in 1988 where he says an umpire threw him out of a game for using the "F-bomb."


                  3. In the original "He-Man" cartoons in the early '80s, he couldn't use his sword as a weapon because of broadcast standards rules, and the only enemies he was allowed to destroy were robots.


                  4. Disney originally had "Aladdin" set in Baghdad, but when the Gulf War broke out, they mixed the letters around, swapped a few out, and changed the city to Agrabah.


                  5. 22% of people say the first time they figured out how to send text messages was when they were voting for "American Idol".

                  2 months ago

                    Mark BoneGood morningnand welcome to yet another Bone Radio Network day of classic rock greatness, brought to you by Canna 4 Life! Looking for the best cannabis deals in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck. Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

                    We have a couple of trips to the newsdesk later this morning, plus we take a look at this day in rock, and the Rock Report at 6:45, plus another great trifecta, brought to you by the people at Puretone Hearing aids

                    Now let’s finish our drink,and get on with the business of rocking this day to its fullest!

                    2 months ago

                      Mark BoneAnnnnd from our "WTF" File...😡😡

                      You know, you give these modern Nazis a platform, and they're just gonna keep ruining EVERYTHING.


                      The Anti-Defamation League just added 36 new entries to its database of hate symbols. And one of the more notable ones is the "OK" hand gesture.


                      It started off as a plan by people on hateful message boards on websites like 4chan, 8chan, and Reddit to "troll" people by claiming the "OK" hand gesture was actually a way to make the letters "WP" with your hand . . . for "white power."


                      But like things go these days, the line between memes and trolling and legitimate far-right hate blurred . . . and lots of white supremacists actually adopted the "OK" gesture. (Some would argue there was never much difference in the first place.)


                      One example: The man who murdered 51 people at mosques in New Zealand flashed the signal during his courtroom appearance.


                      Now . . . all that being said, it's not cut and dry as a hate symbol, like, say, a swastika. The ADL says it depends on the context . . . sometimes the "OK" gesture still means what it used to, sometimes it's used as a hate signal.


                      Quote, "'OK' has meant just 'OK' for so long. [But] at this point, there is enough of a volume of use for hateful purposes that we felt it was important to add."

                      2 months ago

                        Mark BoneBefore we crack the Jager, let’s do our 5 Random Facts for Friday. Hope this helps you win a bar bet!

                        1. A Japanese samurai visited Europe on a diplomatic mission in 1615 by sailing east to Mexico, then on to Europe. Japan wouldn't make another trip to Europe until 1862.

                        2. The only president who was a licensed bartender was Abraham Lincoln. Before he became a lawyer, he co-owned a bar in Illinois.

                        3. The average potato makes 36 chips.

                        4. The "PT" in PT Cruiser stood for "personal transport."

                        5. There's a town in South Carolina called North. And it's in the central part of the state.

                        2 months ago

                          Mark BoneJagershot Friday!!! That and all kind of swell stuff this morning here at the Bone Radio Network, brought to you by the folks at Canna 4 Life, on 6th in Clarkston, you should go in and ask questions!

                          The people at Puretone hearing aids are bringing you another trifecta this morning at 7:20, go see them if you have hearing issues, and tell them the Classic Rock guy wants you to get info in the Blue-tooth hearing aids!

                          We have the newsdesk visits this morning at 8 and 9:45, This date in Rock History at 7:45, and we kick off the morning at 6:45 with the rock Report. Poor Roger Daltery, huh?

                          Now, let’s get this rock deal going, k?

                          2 months ago

                            Mark BoneLet’s get right to those 5 Random Facts for today.

                            1. The gravity around a black hole is so warped that if you could get next to one, the light would orbit around it and you'd be able to see the back of your own head.

                            2. The theme song from "The Jetsons" made it to number nine on the Billboard charts in 1986.

                            3. The person who invented dunking your donut in coffee was a silent film star named Mae Murray. She dropped her donut in coffee in the 1920s, liked the taste, and started spreading the word.

                            4. Dr. Seuss's license plate was "GRINCH."

                            5. The Quad Cities is made up of five cities, not four like the name suggests: Davenport and Bettendorf, Iowa . . . and Rock Island, Moline, and East Moline, Illinois.

                            2 months ago

                              Mark BoneAnd congratulations! Another great day o fun stuff here on the Bone Radio Network! Made possible by those good folks at Canna 4 Life, Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

                              Another great Trifecta at 7:20 from the nice people at Puretone hearing aids. We welcome your trifecta requests at 743-0289. Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

                              The Rock Report at 6:45,
                              This date in Rock History at 7:45
                              And the insanity of the Newsdesk at 8 and 9:45

                              Now let’s all wake up and get our Rock on!

                              2 months ago

                                Mark BoneWell, keep these in mind when you plan your next flight out of the Lewiston international airport...assuming they ever get commercial plane routs again...

                                Today's the best day to book plane tickets for Christmas, according to a study out this week. Now here's something for the actual day you fly: Five weird things you're not allowed to carry on to a plane . . .

                                1. Magic 8 Balls. Because of the liquid inside.

                                2. Bowling pins. So if you're a professional juggler, you'll have to check them. Bowling BALLS are okay though.

                                3. Cast-iron cookware. Because it's heavy and could be used as a weapon.

                                4. Pool cues. Again, because they're like a weapon. Hockey sticks, ski poles, and lacrosse sticks are banned for the same reason.

                                5. Cooking sprays, like Pam. Because aerosols are flammable and might explode.

                                2 months ago

                                  Mark BoneAnd now we start the day off right with your 5bRandom Facts for today!

                                  1. More people died developing long-range ballistic missiles during World War Two than from those missiles being deployed.

                                  2. There's a patron saint of the Internet. It's Saint Isidore of Seville.( you would think he would help with my spelling...)

                                  3. Coins from 1931 to 1933 are extremely rare, because in the Great Depression, no one needed them . . . so the U.S. Mint stopped producing almost all of them.

                                  4. You could fit all 10 of the smallest countries in the world into Houston, Texas. Their total size is 576 square miles, Houston is 627 square miles. The 10 countries include Vatican City, Monaco, Liechtenstein, and Grenada.

                                  5. Sweden is the only country that's ever had a February 30th. It happened in 1712, when they were transitioning from the old Julian calendar system to the modern Gregorian calendar.

                                  2 months ago

                                    Mark BoneAnother fantastic day of fun stuff here at the Bone Radio Network! Made possible by a grant from Canna 4 Life, Looking for the best cannabis deals in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned bucks. Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston.

                                    Got the Rock Report today @ 6:45, with an apology from the Red Rocker, and a new video from...The Beatles!

                                    This date in Rock History, at 7:45, with a bunch of Ozzy stuff and the strange case of Jacki Wilson...

                                    And we go after a bunch of people at the newsdesk at 8 and 9:45, including the Germans and West Virginia,

                                    Plus a great trifecta sponsored by Puretone hearing aids around 7:20

                                    Now...let’s get after that Rock and Roll!

                                    2 months ago

                                      Mark BoneHere are your 5 Random Facts to get your day off on the tight foot!

                                      1. A treatment for syphilis used to be . . . injecting malaria into the person, which would kill the virus. The doctor who came up with the treatment even won a Nobel Prize for it.. (possibly this is what the President means when he says he should get the Nobel...)

                                      2. New Jersey is the densest state in the U.S., with 1,218 people per square mile. Alaska is the least dense state, with one person per square mile.

                                      3. It costs 12-and-a-half cents to produce a $100 bill.

                                      4. The last movie from a major studio with mono sound instead of stereo was "Conan the Barbarian" in 1982.

                                      5. The oldest player in NBA history was a guy named Nat Hickey. He was the coach of a team called the Providence Steamrollers in 1948. He was 45 years and 363 days old when he activated himself for two games, and he scored two points.

                                      2 months ago

                                        Mark BoneGood morning and welcome to yet another fantastic day of the classics that keep rock and roll great, here on the Bone Radio Network, made possible by a grant from Canna 4 Life, Stop into Canna4Life. Open 7 days a week. Medically Endorsed. Canna4Life 721 6th street in Clarkston.

                                        We got the Rock Report at 6:45, another death in rock and roll, and it’s someone you may have never heard of, but the late and great Lemmy has,

                                        This date in Rock and Roll, with memories from AC/DC, Nirvana and more,

                                        And we have a story about a dwarf porn star at the newsdesk...some punchlines just write themselves...

                                        Let’s do this Classic Rock thing NOW!!!

                                        2 months ago

                                          Mark BoneIf you're a '90s kid I have good news for you: You're still young. Don’t bitch to me unless you were born before 1957. Just don’t... But I also have bad news for you: You're not going to be young for much longer. In fact, I know a few things that'll make you FEEL old. And I'm only happy to share them: so buckle in tight and get ready for your feet and back to hurt...

                                          1. Things that are now 20 years old include the shows "Roswell" and "Angel", and the movies "Cruel Intentions", "10 Things I Hate About You", "She's All That" and "American Pie".

                                          2. "Friends" is 25 . . . and so is GREEN DAY's "Dookie" album.

                                          3. If Bart Simpson aged like a regular person, he'd be 40 years old now.

                                          4. In three years, DESINTY'S CHILD will be eligible for the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

                                          5. MARK-PAUL GOSSELAAR is older today than DENNIS HASKINS was when he started playing Mr. Belding on "Saved by the Bell" . . . which turned 30 this year.

                                          2 months ago

                                            Mark BoneLet’s kick off this first day of Autumn with today’s 5 Random Facts...

                                            1. The U.S. is the third most populous country in the world, behind China and India. But China and India are SO far ahead in population that if you added one billion more people to the U.S., we'd STILL be third.

                                            2. If you're a woman born between 1941 and 1966 who grew up in middle America, you've been the "Time" Person of the Year at least FOUR times.
                                            They gave it to Baby Boomers in 1966 . . . Middle Americans in 1969 . . . American women in 1975 . . . and "You" in 2006.

                                            3. Ben and Jerry became friends in middle school when their gym class had to run around the track and they were the two slowest.

                                            4. The country Myanmar doesn't use the metric system or the Imperial system that we use in the U.S. They have their own system, the Burmese units of measurement.

                                            5. "Wheel of Fortune" brings in more money from political TV ads than any other show. A ton of people watch it, and their average age is over 65 . . . which is exactly who candidates want to target.

                                            2 months ago

                                              Mark BoneYet another fantastic day here at the Bone Raio Network, brought to you by he nice young foatCnna 4 Life, Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston.

                                              We h ave the Rock Report 6:45, 9th info on a Johnny Cash and Bob Dylan set. My wife and I have Ben watching the Ken burns documentary of country music in PBS and this is one of the defining moments they brought up. Really a great show, that you should watch sometime when you can.

                                              This date in Rock History at 7:45, with some Bowie milestones,

                                              And we attack everyone at the news desk, mostly the Emmy awards, at8 and 9:45

                                              Plus a Puretone hearing aid trifecta at 7:20, that is great

                                              Now let’s belly up to the rock machine and cut loose!

                                              2 months ago

                                                Mark BoneThis feels so, so wrong.

                                                There's a new Halloween costume on sale this year, ladies, if you want to dress up like . . . SEXY MR. ROGERS.

                                                It was created by a company called Yandy that's known for making some of the more ridiculous "sexy" Halloween costumes. In past years they've made things like a sexy "Handmaid's Tale" costume, sexy fake news, and sexy pizza rat.

                                                But back to Mr. Rogers. Their new "Nicest Neighbor" costume costs $60 and comes with a tight red V-neck sweater, a detached collar and tie, and high-waisted gray shorts.

                                                You can also spend $13 more for the "Be My Neighbor" add-on, which features a vinyl gray wig and two hand puppets.

                                                If dressing up as sexy Mr. Rogers isn't your thing, Yandy's new costumes this year also include sexy Bob Ross, sexy plant-based burger, and sexy tarriffs.

                                                2 months ago

                                                  Mark BoneLet’s get the day started off right with your 5 Random Facts for today...

                                                  1. You can boil water in a paper cup . . . because the boiling point of water is a lower temperature than the point where the cup would burn.

                                                  2. The word "condolence" comes from the Latin word "condole," which means "to suffer together."

                                                  3. Les Paul is the only person in both the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and the National Inventors Hall of Fame, thanks to the electric guitar.

                                                  4. There was a sequel written for "Beetlejuice" called "Beetlejuice Goes Hawaiian", but it fell through.

                                                  5. The time when the largest percentage of the world is sleeping is 5:00 P.M. Eastern. Approximately 57% of people in the world are sleeping at that hour . . . even though very few of them are in the U.S.

                                                  2 months ago

                                                    Mark BoneGood morning, and welcome to another great day of rock here at the bone Radio Network, made possible by a grant from Canna 4 Life, Looking for the best cannabis deals in the Valley? Canna4Life carries the widest selection of products and always has amazing deals! Come in and see for yourself!! The budtenders at Canna4Life love to help you save money so you're sure to get the most bang for your hard earned buck. Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

                                                    The good folks at Puretone hearing aids have another great trifecta for us at 7:20, Call and see how Pure Tone can help you. Pure Tone Hearing Aid Services in Lewiston ‪208 746 6068‬.

                                                    Got your Rock Report at 6:45, this day in Rock History at 7:45, and we get on everyone’s case , even Ozzie, at the newsdesk at 8 and 9:45.

                                                    Now, let’s sign on for some damn fine rock and roll!

                                                    2 months ago

                                                      Mark BoneLet’s get the da started with your 5 Random Facts!

                                                      1. There was a radioactive tonic called Radithor sold in the U.S. from 1918 to 1928. It promised to cure lots of issues, including impotence. But it killed people who drank it, and they were buried in lead coffins to keep the radiation from spreading.

                                                      2. There's only one state that doesn't have a bicameral legislature . . . that means two houses, like a state Senate and state House. Nebraska only has one.

                                                      3. There have been seven prison escapes in U.S. history where the inmates got away in a helicopter . . . but they were caught again every time.

                                                      4. The 4 Non Blondes were a one-hit wonder in 1993, and their song was called "What's Up?" . . . even though that's not one of its lyrics. The lyrics say, "What's going on?", but Marvin Gaye already had a famous song with that title.

                                                      5. The passengers in the first hot air balloon ride were a sheep, a duck, and a rooster. It happened in France in 1783, and the king was worried about how the altitude would affect people . . . so he wanted it tested on animals first.

                                                      2 months ago

                                                        Mark BoneAhoy matey! Another day of great music here at the Bone Radio Network, made possible by a grant from Canna 4 Life, Drop by Canna4Life for the largest selection of flower, cartridges, lotions, edibles and more! Open 7 days a week!! Canna4Life. 721 6th Street in Clarkston. Stop by Canna4Life today for the best deals and friendliest budtenders.

                                                        Rock Report...6:45...a 50 year retro look back from a classic rock dude

                                                        This day in Rock History...7:45...having a wizz with The Who....

                                                        And we bash Bud Light, Taco Bell and Kevin Federline at the news desk, along with yet another Sharpie story, at the Newsdesk at 8 and 9:45

                                                        Along with a Puretone hearing aids trifecta, and that shows up around 7:20.

                                                        So let’s set sail for the seas of classic rock!

                                                        2 months ago

                                                          Mark BoneThis top...DONT act on anything till you’re not hangry...

                                                          If you have to make a big decision, here's some advice: Eat 14 donuts first.


                                                          According to a new study out of Scotland, you make bad decisions on an empty stomach.


                                                          The researchers found that when people were hungry, it made them more impatient . . . and they wound up making dumber, more impulsive decisions.


                                                          The researchers say, quote, "People generally know when they are hungry they shouldn't really go food shopping because they are more likely to make choices that are either unhealthy or indulgent.


                                                          "Our research suggests this could have an impact on other kinds of decisions as well."

                                                          2 months ago

                                                            Mark BoneHere are your 5 Random Facts for today...

                                                            1. Jane Austen's books sold well when she was alive, but she was paid very little. She made about $375 for "Mansfield Park", which is around $27,000 in today's dollars.

                                                            2. The Woody character in "Toy Story" was originally supposed to be a ventriloquist dummy, not a cowboy.

                                                            3. Every U.S. president except one is a descendant of a British king from the late 1100s, King John Lackland Plantagenet . . . better known as Robin Hood's enemy, King John. The only president who isn't is Martin Van Buren.

                                                            4. Giraffes pick their noses with their tongues.( I knew a kid in 4th grade who dit this also!)

                                                            5. The first time Auto-Tune was used in a major pop song was "Believe" by Cher in 1998. Damn you Cher!!!

                                                            2 months ago